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For our Hospitality partners we are the representative voice of the local tourism private sector. Read on for news about our membership and about the huge choices of events and programmes we work all year round to deliver value to our members, the tourism stakeholders in Antigua and Barbuda and ultimately the most important people, the visitors to our beautiful twin island state.

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Showcase 2020

The Antigua and Barbuda Hotels and Tourism Association in collaboration with the Antigua & Barbuda Tourism Authority will be presenting the seventh annual “Showcase Antigua Barbuda” on the 10th and 11th of June 2020.

June 10th: Opening Cocktail, Sponsored by Sandals Grande Antigua
June 11th: Showcase Meetings Event, Royalton Antigua

On June 11th, the event will provide one full day of pre-scheduled appointment sessions and activities where Wholesalers and Tour Operators from around the world will meet and conduct business with regional Suppliers in the tourism industry.

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About Us

The Antigua and Barbuda Hotels & Tourism Association is a non-government organisation and the representative voice of the local tourism private sector with a membership which comprises hotels, airlines and nearly 50 other tourism-related entities.